Definition of disorderly conduct in English:

disorderly conduct

Syllabification: dis·or·der·ly con·duct

noun

Law
  • Unruly behavior constituting a minor offense.
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    • The day was not without incident; police made 36 arrests for misdemeanour charges of disorderly conduct and unlawful assembly.
    • However, three offences - disorderly conduct, threatening behaviour and wilful obstruction - rose.
    • Secondly, it enacted a range of offences to deal with disorderly conduct of various degrees of seriousness, from riot, to behaviour causing alarm or distress.

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